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the end of march. cate caugiran, kpix 5. >>> so how did your favorite musicians fare at the grammys last night? that's the big question after the biggest night for the music industry. teresa garcia reports. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you know, there were no wardrobe malfunctions, no security snafus, all in all a festive grammys. and at this year's awards show, there were a lot of top acts that varied in musical style and the recording academy rewarded quite a range of them. >>> reporter: the grammys lived up to its reputation for being unpredictable when mumford & sons took home the album of the year. >> we figured we wouldn't win anything because black keys was sweeping things up. >> reporter: dan auerbach took home producer of the year and three in the rock categories. fun made a splash this year, as well. the trio won two grammys including best new artist and song of the year. >> and the grammy goes to "we are young." >> she said we and we were like, could it be us? do you remember? >> we are -- it still could have been we are
killed his first two victims. lapd was on high alert for last night's grammy show. los angeles officials also announced a $1 million reward. this comes as the search for the former officer winds down in the mountains east of l.a. meantime, l.a.'s police chief has reopened an investigation into the circumstances of dorner's firing. >> if he was to give himself up, we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> reporter: dorner claims he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for excessive force. the last clue investigators have of dorner's whereabouts was thursday when they found his burned pickup truck near a mountain resort. >>> a rude awakening for people in one concord neighborhood sunday morning after someone slashes at least 60 tires up and down their street. this is just one of the cars targeted on three streets in concord's valley district. you can see whoever did this did not stop at just one tire. concord police say in some cases, all four tires of the cars were cut. >>> the police commission in san francisco will hold its fi
with us. >> i'm deer demplet from parties here in d.c. to the stars in l.a. we've got complete grammy coverage. in a moment we will be joined by two of d.c.'s hottest radio personalities. we've had quite a fun night. but first let's good to los angeles where the grammys just wrapped up. >> reporter: taylor swift kicked off a night of performance zeese at the grammy awards. [ music ] >> reporter: and adele kept last year's winning streak alive taking home the first award for best pop solo performance. >> i loved it last year obviously. >> reporter: but it was a night for fun. [ music ] 1 >> reporter: the trio sang as it rained on stage and took home best new artist for we are young. >> i don't know what i was thinking writing the chorus for this song. but if this is in hd, everybody can see our faces, and we are not very young. >> reporter: in an apparent grammy snub, chris brown didn't stand when rival frank ocean beat him out for best contemporary urban album. justin timberlake used the grammy stage to relaunch his solo career. he shared the stage with jay-z. even nominees themselves
that memo that went out from the grammys. it seems like people who are participating got that show memo not to dress too revealing or show any body parts so it was subdued. there were surprising wins and some phenomenal performances. >> reporter: the grammys lived up to its reputation for being unpredictable when mumford & sons took home the album of the year. >> we figured we weren't going to win anything because the black keys have been sweeping up all day and deservedly so. >> reporter: dan auerbach of the black keys took home four trophies including producer of the year and three in the rock categories. fun made a splash this year, as well. the trio won two grammys including best new artist and song of the year. >> and the grammy goes to, "we are young." >> she said we and we were like could this be us? do you remember? >> yeah, we are -- >> it still could have been we are never getting back together. >> reporter: gotye took home three grammys, but it was harder to tell if he was more excited about the statues or the fact thattist idol prince p
rule breakers. take a look there. the 55th annual grammy awards kick off in two hours. we'll be live from the red carpet in the lead up to the show with stars interviews and much more ahead. >>> after eluding a massive dragnet the city of los angeles is counting on a large reward to capture a renegade ex cop accused of being on a killing spree. let's go straight to casey wian. >> they are clearly upping the ante in their search for christopher dorner. they are offering a $1 million reward for information leading to his arrest and conviction. the police chief of the los angeles police department, charlie beck said it was remarkably easy to put together that much money from corporations, civic organizations, different cities in the area, police unions. here's what los angeles mayor and the police chief had to say. >> this is an act, and make no mistake about it, of domestic terrorism. this is a man who has targeted those that we entrust to protect the public. a society is defined by what it values, and we value our law enforcement family. >> our confidence that we will bring him to jus
>> backstage at the grammys. the moment you didn't see on the tv. the dresses that almost broke the rules plus ... ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> what was she thinking. four years after the black eye, what rhianna wants everyone to know about her relationship with chris brown. >>> i am ken bastida. >> let's go out to the staples sent we are a look at the winnermemorable performances. >> reporter: it was a fun night for up and coming artists including the group named fun. tonight's event was less about winnerlosers but more about music's biggest night of performances. mumford and son's took home album of the year. >> we are grateful for all of this country and the grammy foundation for being so welcoming. >> reporter: it was a night for fun. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> reporter: the trio sang, as it rained on stage and won best new artist and song of the year for we are young. >> i don't know what i was thinking writing the chorus of this song. if this is in hd everybody can see our faces we are not very young. >> reporter: in an apparent snub chris brown didn't stand
in that inauguration. athena jones, thank you so much. we appreciate it. >>> well, the grammy awards are tomorrow. and this year, men lead the ladies in some of the biggest categories. bruno mars is one of them. he's next in the newsroom. at 1:45, the aflac duck was brought in with multiple lacerations to the wing and a fractured beak. surgery was successful, but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly several months. so, if the duck isn't able to work, how will he pay for his living expenses? aflac. like his rent and car payments? aflac. what about gas and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubt he'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak. [ male announcer ] send the aflac duck a get-well card at getwellduck.com. >>> well, all the a list singers and musicians are in los angeles getting ready for the biggest night in music. the 55th grammy awards this year could be a huge night for the guys dominating some of the biggest categories. ♪ tonight, we are young >> okay. well, you know that band. you can't have missed that particular
by the low water pressure. >>> just ahead on wusa9 tonight. the excitement building on the eve of the grammy awards. we'll get a sneak peek at the musicians getting ready for music's biggest night. >>> also, we're going to meet a remarkable little girl doing her part to help families who suffered a fire tragedy. >>> the wind is completely settled down out here, but that is leading to a very cold overnight. i'll tell you how cold it will get in your neighborhood coming up with that full forecast. first, here's a look at your sunday wakeup weather. >>> police tonight are investigating a deadly shooting involving one of their own. police say officers shot a woman who lunged at them with a weapon. the woman died at the scene. it happened late last night. officers were called to an apartment in the 4200 block of 52nd avenue. a woman armed with a knife was trying to get into different apartment buildings. her name has not yet been released. >>> in california, authorities intensified their man hunt for a former l.a. police officer. the navy reservist suspected in three killings, with s.w.a.t. teams
, kpix 5. >>> it was the biggest night of the year for the music industry. the grammys in los angeles. teresa garcia reports. >> reporter: the grammys lived up to its reputation for being unpredictable when mumford & sons took home the album of the year. >> we figured we weren't going to win anything because the black keys have been sweeping up all day and deservedly so. >> reporter: they took home 4 golden gramophones including producer of the year and three in the rock categories. fun made a slash this year, as well. the trio won two grammys including best new artist and song of the year. >> and the grammy goes to, we are young. >> she said we and we were like -- could this be us? do you remember the first words? >> we are -- still could have been -- >> reporter: gotye took home three grammys but it was hard to tell if he was more excited about the statues or the fact that prince presented for his record of the year. >> a little bit loss for words here receiving an award from this man. i was inspired by him to make music. thank you. >> reporte
, that this is just a frightening situation for the police and clearly they have the grammys coming up tonight, a big concern that something could happen then. all right, paul vercammen, checking in with you a little later on and this case takes a biz fwlar turn with the addition of charlie sheen. he was mentioned as "awesome" in christopher dorner's 11-page manifesto. he released a shord video the anga "anger management" star said together they can find a way to end the manhunt. >>> the aftermath of the brutal winter storm that took the lives of nine people across the northeast. chris welch takes us state by state to get the impact. >> from pennsylvania to maine, the east coast is digging out after a massive blast of winter. >> there's just really no place to put the snow. >> on long island, people had to be rescued from cars left frozen in place in the middle of the road. one firefighter said it was like nothing he had ever seen. >> for them, very traumatic experience. some had no cell phone contact, and ran out of gas. >> a 12-year-old boy suffering carbon monoxide while sit in a car to keep warm.
their man. >>> one of the biggest names in music. i'm in los angeles. i'll take you to the grammy's coming up. >>> i'm meteorologist erica grow out here where it is very pleasant. rain is on the approach. i'll tell you how it will affect your monday morni this is dylan right here, this is dylan, and this is his big brother hayden. dylan's only five, but he's already been through two surgeries for brain tumors. and he just went through his second round of chemo. and this is their mother, dawn, who runs this loving and happy home. she too struggled with tumors. but that doesn't slow her down. her love of family comes first. their dad, phil, works two jobs, repairing copiers, and on weekends delivering newspapers. but the bills keep piling up, and the heating bill gets pushed off. when you learn about their difficulties, it just breaks your heart. when we asked the biggest oil companies to help families in need, only citgo, the people of venezuela, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like the beri
in great britain. >>> grammys are almost here. i am mary bubala, a look back how the death of whitney houston last year changed the show forever. that story coming up. >>> sunny, windy, cold start to the weekend. i am bob turk. i will have a complete first warning forecast coming up next >>> mostly cloudy, 35 degrees. complete first warning weather coming up. >> tragedy in ohio a man loses his life. james was driving by when he saw a small child fall through the ice he jumped in and eventually got trapped. firefighters were able to reach the child first but were unable to get to general kins in time. the child was listed in critical condition. >>> more charges stemming from the youtube video of marines urinating on the corpses of taliban insurgents. the incident happened july of 2011 when it did it received international condemnation. sergeant richards, and captain clemens face multiple charges. richards was the one who filmed the marines two others faced a court marshall. >>> members of the bush family including both former president's are targets
bill bratton. >>> and also here in los angeles we're getting ready for the grammys, ll cool j and carly rae jepsen. >>> but we begin this morning with today's oi"eye opener" you world in 90 seconds. >> it's going to be crazy. >> i'm going to the liquor store. >> the northeast braces for a storm. >> it's slammed the northwest but it's about to get a lot worse. >> the product of two converging weather systems, coming together producing as much as 3 inches of snow an hour. >> packing blizzard-speed winds. airlines have already canceled thousands of flights. >> you have a trained former officer hunting other officers. >> christopher dorner, a cop killer with a grudge. >> word that the suspect may have been spotted. >> his burned out pickup truck has been found in big bare. >> police are searching door to door. >> this has gone far enough, you know. nobody else needs to die. >>> boeing's dreamliner returns to the skies but only for tift runs. >> a criminal investigation is under way to find out who's responsible for hacking the e-mails of the bush family. >> all that -- >> marc staal came ov
of last night's grammys i have a question for you. if the terrapins were a music group, who would they be? old town? or any group who made an appearance on puppies making the band. young groups who never seem to reach their potential. you are probably scratching your head right about now. that is maryland. young groups who never seem to reach their potential. how about that yo-yo dribble and then to anderson. allen said hey you are the dime dropper of the neighborhood, he had five assists, maryland could never really get it going. well led the way with 13. not much else. virginia's joe harris had a duce, duce and he was stroking. the cavs win 80-69. maryland wasn't making them but they kept on shooting. virginia a very efficient 11 of 19. the cavs had four players in double digits, maryland just two. >> we know it was a big game. we have talked about it. you know i mean, you look around the country, teams get tired. maybe we are tired. i want to of give virginia most of the dread. i want everybody to -- most of the credit. i want everybody to understand that. but we weren't there today. >
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's grammy awards, come as a sad reminder... of the loss of a music mogul. dozens came together in newark, new jersey today... to pay tribute to whitney houston, one year after her death. the singer was memorialized at her hometown church... where family and friends celebrated her life and musical talents. houston's mother cissy spoke at the service. whitney houston drowned in a beverly hills hotel bathtub on february 11th of last year... just hours before she was expected to attend a pre-grammy gala. in her lifetime, houston won six grammy awards... and was nominated 26 times. [b10]whitney memorial-tag >> pete was just reminded me this time last week. ask exactly seven days ago it was still drizzling through the superdome ceiling. the fun from a week ago, coming >> more than 130 churches over baltimore were filled with red today. it did not have anything to do with upcoming valentine's day. ladies were wearing red for the ninth annual red just sunday. the event is to raise awareness among women of heart disease, hardy of vascular disease kills one woman every minute in the u.s. many neve
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me awa-- grammy aw goes to for album of the year. >> the grammy goes to mumford and sons. >> british ban mumford and sons taking home the top honor of the night. but it was justin timberlake's much anticipated performance that stole the show. >> i actually love that song. another big winner was kelly clarkson another favorite. she took home the grammy for best pop vocal and had the funniest acceptance speech. >> i had sex with miranda lambert. there's the name of a song for later after alcohol. i am just kidding. i didn't know i was going to win. i literally was so excited to be in this category. >> she can sing. that is your 5@5:00. >> leads us to our brew on this question of the day what was your moment at the grammys if you were up that late. e-mail us at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com or tweet us. >> it was a little late. >> lindsay graham a very direct message to the white house. no confirmation without information about the benghazi terror attack. >> good morning kelly. >> he is not satisfied with what he heard from officials will the attack at benghazi. he vowed he is going to ge
at the staples center as music celebrated its biggest night. at this year's grammy awards there were some memorable performances and some surprise winners. teresa garcia is in los angeles with all the highlights. teresa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. there was indeed plenty of security behind the scenes and on the streets, around obviously the manhunt was on the minds of law enforcement, but, remember this was a night to party. there were no issues in that sense, and at this year's grammys, there were so many top acts it really varied in musical style and the recording academy rewarded quite a range of them. the grammys lived up to its reputation for being unpredictable when mumford & sons took home the album of the year. >> we figured we weren't going to win anything because the black keys have been sweeping up all day and deservedly so. >> reporter: dan yore back of the black keys took home four gram oh phones including producer of the year and three in the rock categories. fun. made a splash as well. the trio made a splash as well. >> an
at the grammys. she was the opening act. this is way too early, the show that has an indy record much cooler than yours. what? thanks for being up with us this monday, february 11th. we've got a lot to get to this morning, including the big cleanup here in the northeast. many people still struggling to dig out from under as much as 30 inches of snow after the weekend blizzard. we're going to update you on those efforts as well as the travel situation at the hardest hit airports. dick cheney calls president obama's national security picks quote, second rate as some republican senators keep maneuver to stall the nomination of chuck hagel for the pentagon. those stories straight ahead. >>> first, let's begin with rap, rock, r and b and pop all colliding for the 55th annual grammy awards. a good night for veterans like adele and jay-z. the evening began for the new artists, fun, gotyea and black keys. they got the coveted album of the year. juxtapositional star appearance, honoring bob marley and lee von helms. potential wardrobe malfunctions. the producers put out a memo and told them to avoid see t
spree. mistake about it, of domestic terrorism. >>> and the grammy goechltd some surprising people take home the golden globe on music's biggest night. ♪ this girl is on fire captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, february 11th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, a string of tornadoes struck the southeast united states late yesterday and overnight. at least 15 tornadoes were reported in alabama and mississippi. in southern mississippi a large tornado damaged hundreds of homes in the hattiesburg area. the massive storm hit late yesterday afternoon, rumbling through four counties, traveling straight down one of hattiesburg' main streets. the governor has declare add state of emergency. the tornado damaged at least six buildings on the campus of the university of southern mississippi. >> i saw it right around as it was crossing interstate 59. it was coming pretty fast. my heart was racing. i've lived here my whole life and this is surreal. it's really hard to take it in right now. >> no students were injured. most were of
this weekend. you might think we're talking about the grammy's, but this is a mega benefit event kicking off grammy week. it's called "music cares" - i had a chance to attend.so, we're about to take you inches from the stage honoring "the boss!". >> id is an honor to be here tonight. >> the soul of america. >> superstars of the music world - including bay area artists bonnie rait and neil young - gathering to support the grammy's music cares. bruce springsteen named person of the year. >> i am glad to be here for music cares they take care of the musician who are taking care of us. peoples whose music has inspired us and the suit their broken hearts. >> the benefit gala rocked all night long with the likes of sting, john legend. and new artists - mumford and sons.and alabama shakes. the highlight of the evening. a jam session - with springsteen, sting, neil young, emmylou harris. here's some cellphone video from the edge of the stage. music cares is about musician's helping musicians.money raised goes to take care of musicians who don't grab the spotlight. and on a high note tonight. a gramm
is on the red carpet in l-a. bigad? bigad shaban, thanks. (new >>> the grammys got underway 45 minutes ago. we are on the red carpet in loss loss. >> yes. good to -- in los angeles. we are 45 minutes into the award show. without spoiling too much. for those who plan to watch it later. fans can expect to see 20 performances tonight from rhianna and elton john. and we can tell you someone even makes it rain on stage. >> reporter: music's biggest stars are in los angeles for the 55th annual grammy awards. >> the grammys it feels like one big amazing concert. [music] >> reporter: country star taylor swift is excited about opening the show. >> you get to perform and watch the show stress free. >> reporter: justin timberlake will take the stage for his solo comeback. [music] >> reporter: the group "fun" is expected to have a big night. they are performing and nominated for 6 awards including best new artist and album of the year. >> for it to be our first time and to experience it like this, it is crazy. >> reporter: country singer hunter hayes has
francisco $4 for a gallon of regular gas. >>> far from the roots in louisiana bay area grammy nominated artist trying to keep a classic form of music alive. >>> plus, red envelopes, how people rang in the chinese new year right here on kpix 5. a number of bay area artists are up for an award. kpix 5 reporter juliette go >>> well tonight is music's biggest night. the grammy awards right here on kpix-5. and a number of bay area artists are up for an award. >> one nominee represents a rich slice of bay area history. [music] >> reporter: step inside of this church in san francisco. [music] >> reporter: and join the mardi gras. [music] tonight, you are in creole country. the guy with the accordion, andre, he is nominated for a grammy in best regional-roots music. [music] >> my family is all from louisiana. i started with the accordion and went nose deep into it. >> reporter: born in richmond, he grew up playing louisiana french music. >> we played four hours straight and people do not sit down for four hours straight. >> reporter: he moves from lou
of mexico. >>> and the grammy goes to "we are young." >> everybody can see our faces, and we are not very young. >> the grammy goes to "babel." >> as you can see, i read the memo. >> and all that matters. >>> john kerry can aboutingbecoming secretary of state is a sign of strength for this administration is being celebrated all over the world. >> senator hagel? >> nor hagel. sorry. >> as head of your security, we're bringing in a highly trained team of professional body doubles. >> they look nothing like me. some of them are black. they're not fooling anybody. >> well, neither are you, homey. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." while you were sleeping in the west pope benedict xvi made a startling announcement telling vatican cardinals that he will resign at the end of this month. >> after nearly eight years in office the 85-year-old pope says he's no longer strong enough to do the job. reaction is pouring in from around the world and we begin our coverage with alan pizzey in vatican city. >> reporter: good morning. the announcement took a lot of people by surprise yet it i
and looking forward, planning extra security for the grammys. >> their problems are very interesting. because one problem they have, can they get enough cops to police the grammys is this and everybody has been deployed on this. >> reporter: as police spread out, trying to protect themselves from potential targets, john miller says the momentum may have turned. >> they believe that he has shifted from being the hunter to the hunted now. >> reporter: but not a moment of rest for the lapd until dorner is found and captured. in los angeles, edward lawrence, wjz eyewitness news. >> and it has been a week since the manhunt began. dorner is a suspect in at least three killings, including one police officer. >>> closer to home, a baltimore county woman stabbed to death in her apartment, while under police protection. katie hatele wasn't supposed to be at her apartment last week when 33-year-old jeffrey michael schifflet broke in. investigators say the pair used to be involved. he was threatening to kill her. police told the 33-year-old to move and they of
as joyful about it. we'll be back in a minute. >>> wusa9 is your home for the grammy's. during the show, which begins at 8:00 p.m. sunday, hosting a live web chat with two of d.c.'s hottest radio personalities. from 94.7 fresh fm and sonny. and lesli foster and i will be there with them as well. you can tweet with them or go to facebook, just go to wusa9.com. if you like us on facebook before the grammy's are done, you will be entered to win a brand-new ipad mini. as soon as the grammy's are over, the news begins with the after party. tommy and sonny will be there to talk fashion on the red carpet and the biggest moments. >>> in the mail bag tonight, to be or not to be, the washington redskins, that is. the argument over the name got more heated down at the smithsonian museum. the washington post was among those leading the call to the name of the team to be changed. craig from king george, virginia, who claims to be defended from native americans says wise is not very. you don't need intellect or training to be a sports writer. if you study your history, the term redskins came from the
highlight from the grammys. >> a lot of clouds over head after a very wet morning. meteorologist bernadette woods is updating her first warning weather forecast. >>> complete coverage continues with don scott, jessica kartalija and first warning weather with marty bass and >>> it's cloudy and 46 degrees in central maryland. your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. >>> police are examining cell phone video that captures a shooting in the middle of mardi gras. >> [screams] >> witnesses say a group of people were arguing just before shots range out on bourbon street this weekend. four people were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. no arrests have been made. >>> the bourbon producer, makers mark is going to start watering down their product but they have a good reason to do so. the distiller known for its red wax field bottles is reducing their alcohol content to meet rising global demand. the change was first announced in a letter. it was 45% alcohol now it's just 42%. >>> the biggest stars in music gathered for the annual grammy awards. there was a lot of fun. fun made a big
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know, the grammys are there while we're there. >> i now. -- know. >> did we plan this? >> we didn't plan it that way, but there will be a lot of happening. it's hard to even get tickets on a plane -- >> the hotels are -- >> yeah. we did it, and we're going to be there. >> here's the deal with the grammys. there is apparently a memo that came out at cbs, and they don't want to see any side boob. >> no side boob, no butt crack, no -- >> we have to read this. it's crazy. >> it's unbelievable. >> please avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of your buttocks. >> i love that word. >> and buttock crack. it says here. bare thighs or under curvature of the breasts. can you believe someone is writing that? is also problematic. >> problematic. >> please avoid sheer see-through clothing that could possibly expose female breast nipples. please be sure the genital region -- >> somebody got excited. >> please be sure -- listen. look at this one. >> with some guys it's so easy. you just say the word. >> please be sure the genital region is adequately covered. >> what region? the general region.
stuck inside. >>> and it's a big night for anybody that loves music. the grammy al ymys will be hand in music. our michelle turner joins us live from los angeles with that manhunt of that ex-cop going on. so is that influencing security there? >> reporter: yeah, you know, that story has reached all the way here to the grammys, martin. there have been reports out that because of the search for christopher dorner that security will be extra tight. we reached out to officials at the staples center which house the grammys. the only thing they would tell us is they do not comment on their security procedures. i can tell you just from observing in the time i've been here that there is definitely a tight security presence. there always is, but there could be an increase in security here. now, if other thing, the other talker on this grammy red carpet is apparently there's a grammy dress code that is hoped to be in effect this year. cbs put out a memo for this year's grammys, basically asking for people to cover up. now, they're talking about a rock 'n' roll show here, martin, so i'm not sur
about the grammys in los angeles. nichelle turner says she's seeing tighter security because of that manhunt. >>> while the mayor of los angeles is making sure the grammys are safe and secure, he's also vowing to find a dangerous ex-cop. that's christopher dorner. a $1 million reward now on the table. let's go straight out to casey wian in los angeles. a record reward now being offered here, right? >> reporter: that's right. and lapd chief charlie beck said, martin, it was remarkably easy to raise the money for that million-dollar reward. the mayor of los angeles saying the money came from corporations, charitable organizations, law enforcement groups, the city, lots of people banding together, showing just how important this effort is to the city of los angeles. here's what the police chief and the mayor had to say at that news conference. >> this is an act, and make no mistake about it, of domestic terrorism. this is a man who has targeted those that we entrust to protect the public. his actions cannot go unanswered. a society is defined by what it values. and we value our
catered by the north park deli in concord. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >>> now up for a grammy. the hits and the possible misses. we've got your grammy preview from 99.7 now. >>> plus, hollywood movers and shakers found the grain at pebble beach. what keeps their fans happy. >>> it is not bad here either. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. cl >>> it will be 24 hours away from the year of the snake. people are cleaning their homes, stuffing red envelopes with money for the kids. and as sharon chin shows us, people are preparing food and lots of it. >> reporter: families in china host dumpling making parties to celebrate the new year's eve. they carry on the centuries old tradition. >> you have to make your own. and you do it together. >> reporter: she teaches how to make jiaozi or pot stickers. and it is harder than what it looks. >> there's two holes in it. >> rep
in the music business will compete for the grammys. all this week we're looking at what's in the running for album of the year. this morning it's time for funs album some nights. >> album of the year nominees. >> some night s by fun. >> fun is a dramatic, big pop rock band. >> each song is such a huge anthem. they go for broke on every song. they have this huge chorus and first pump moment. >> sometimes you find a band that might speak to one genera. it seems to group into the other generas. >> i think particularly with young bands most nirvianna there's been a desire not to be big in the first place and to not make the big statement. >> it sounds like queen a little bit. >> if queen had a broadway musical -- >> queen comes to mind here. these are not common references or common influences these days. >> when things like that connect they can connect in a very big way. it's a time when a lot of people are scared to swing for the fences. these guys have. the fact they would come back with another song people cared about is a reason people could feel okay about voting for them in the big
's grammys. and mike piazza is here since the baseball hall of fame snubbed him. >>> but we begin this morning's today "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> this is major news coming out of the vatican. >> breaking news, pope benedict xvi set to step down. >> he'll step down february 28, the last pope to freely resign within the 13th century. >>> what a tornado. it's going to cross the interstate. it crossed the interstate. >> at least 15 tornadoes were reported in alabama and mississippi. >>> a huge twister. >> several buildings on the southern university of mississippi campus hit. >> this is surreal. >>> meanwhile thousands are still without power after the massive snowstorm hit the northeast. >> there are reports another big storm is coming. are you ready for that. >> i don't even want to think about it, to tell you the truth. >>> a million-dollar award is now being offered for the capture of crist ter dorner, a former lapd officer suspected in three killings. >> senator lindsey graham will hold up the nominations. >> until president obama talks about the benghazi attack.
, and attack the command post or there will be the grammys on sunday where you're going have a major police command post or police presence to a guy who's saying i'm looking for the target-rich environmental. and you know he thought all this through. >> is there a concern? >> i've spoken to the people there, and their problems are very interesting. one problem is can they get enough cops to police the grammys and everybody's been deployed on this. people are being called in on days off, overtime and so on. but they believe that he has shifted from being the hunter to the hunted now as he's had to abandon that vehicle and move quick. >> john miller. thanks so much. >>> the debate over obama administration's use of unmanned drone craft striking americans was front and center this week on capitol hill. senators grilled cia director nominee john brennan about the program. but what's the view on the ground? cristhristopher smith a an adjunct professor and recently from a fact-fining mission in yemen. good morning, christopher. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> wh
. >> reporter: the lapd also aheaded extra security on the grammys. a man trained by the very department he's turned against. edward lawrence for cbs news, los angeles. >>> los angeles police captain, who is on christopher dorner's hit list is taking the threat seriously. he says he has been afraid to leave his home since he learned that dorner threatened revenge against colleagues he blames for ending his career. he refuses to discuss the proceedings, saying they're confidential. >>> well, there's been a starting increase in reported rapes in berkeley. nearly double the number in just one year. kpix 5 reporter don knapp is in berkeley with more on what police say could be behind those numbers. >> reporter: is it just more reporting or in fact are rapes up 95% from berkeley? the spike was reported to berkeley city council on tuesday. according to the oakland tribune. >> we're not sure what's behind the increase in reported rapes this year. it's too early to tell whether or not it's the beginning of a trend or what. >> reporter: but he says they
's begin with rap, rock, r and b and pop all colliding for the 55th annual grammy awards. a good night for veterans like adele and jay-z. the evening began for the new artists, fun, gotyea and black keys. they got the coveted album of the year. juxtapositional star appearance, honoring bob marley and lee von helms. potential wardrobe malfunctions. the producers put out a memo and told them to avoid see through clothing and song type costumes. we'll show you which stars got the memo and which ones did not in the cooler. >>> in other news, president obama will deliver his state of the union tomorrow night. he's expected to push for more investment in infrastructure and clean energy. he'll zero in on the issue of the middle class advocating for what he described last week as a, quote, economy that works for everybody. tomorrow's speech is also going to focus on immigration, climate change and gun violence. big themes from the president's inaugural address last month. then on wednesday the president hits the road. he goes to asheville, north carolina. a three state tour. the presidential b
to house. weird, i know. and the grammies issue a wardrobe advisory, asking to stop from showing breasts. congratulations, andy. you got what you wanted. >> what do you mean? >> monopoly. they replaced the iron with the cat. >> the people have spoken. >> i think you rigged it. >> i rigged nothing. >> i love it because a cat is a smoother removal than an iron at the emergency room. >> there is that. and now all we have to do is get rid of the stupid terrier dog. she is so hot that boy scouts sing songs around her. she is like a campfire. i am here with author, columnist and fox news contributor, jedediah bila. and he is so bright that lost sailors follow him home. it is jonathon last. it is his first time here, but his last name is last. his latest book is called what to expect when no one is expecting. it is screaming up the charts. speaking of screaming, in columbia he is considered a mirror, my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if musical genius was bongo drums i would bang him with my shirt off. >> a block, the lede, that's the first story. >> that was arousing, actually. is this t
. >> grammys are this weekend. are you going to be on the red carpet again talking about things? >> i am. i'm getting on a plane tonight to go back. i have "fashion police" in the morning, then we make predictions as well, on what we hope and think people are going to be wearing and stuff so we get a better idea of what is available on the red carpet right now. it's a lot of research, but the grammys are really fun. people like to go big. >> nobody plays it safe at the grammys. >> that's what i love. i really appreciate it. >> which is more you than joan. joan tends to love more of the traditional elegant style, doesn't she? you're the one that's out there with the fashion. >> i do have purple hair. >> yeah. >> but joan, you know, look at pictures throughout her career, people forget, like, she's always dressed incredibly. >> yeah. she loves that. >> i look at all of her stuff from years ago and i'm like, do you still have that? >> you know what, constantly, to pay for her habit, she's addicted to fantastic clothes. >> even in her house, what you would think is a wall isn't a wall, it's a c
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